Thursday, October 20, 2005

Let Newton think about apples...

He was never interested in mathemetics or for that matter science. The logical and in your face pluses and minuses never quite excited him. He never liked the idea of an exact answer. Because the kind questions he had in his mind, had multiple answers. If X was right, Y was right too. And sometimes after a season of dabbling with X and Y, Z also seemed a possibilty. And science being accurate, its exact-ness was a huge turn off for him. The more he thought, more possible answers immerged. "Let Newton think of apples, I will think about life.I will think about those who never had the good fortune of eating apples. Newton has nothing new to give to me. But I might have something to give to the world," he thought.

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